Support Available Until May 12, 2013
As of March 12, 2013, the DSLR Camera Remote has been discontinued. It will no longer be available for sale in the Apple App Store and will not be updated in the future to support additional cameras or technologies. Current customers will continue to have access to technical support until May 12, 2013.
The decision to discontinue the DSLR Camera Remote was made, in part, because it is a difficult product to maintain. To support new cameras, we need software development kits (SDKs) provided by Canon and Nikon. These SDKs allow us to update our software but are often delivered only after a long delay. Additionally, the DSLR Camera Remote is difficult to support. It basically glues together desktop server software, USB camera connection, Wi-Fi networking, and iOS devices together. All of the components create many potential failure points for our users. We spend a great deal of time helping our customers with network and camera issues that are unrelated to our software, to enable DSLR Camera Remote to work in their environment.
Since onOne Software's strength has always been image processing—building software to help you make your photos look great, we want to focus our energy on that strength. Fortunately, the DSLR and mobile worlds have evolved since we first started to offer the DSLR Camera Remote. Now, there are many more options available! to solve the same problems that the DSLR Camera Remote was originally designed to address. You may want to consider the alternative options listed on the right.
Existing owners may still download the DSLR Camera Remote server software here.
Alternative Options Available
Manufacturers Wi-Fi Adapters:
Both Canon and Nikon have dedicated Wi-Fi adapters or grips available. Wi-Fi is even being built-in to some new cameras. You can access your camera with an iOS device using a web browser or free applications from the camera manufacturers.
If you prefer a tethered workflow, we recommend Capture One from PhaseOne. It is a full-featured browser and raw processor that includes remote capture and control capabilities from iOS devices.
Cameramator is a generic Wi-Fi adapter for many cameras. It connects to your camera's USB port and then communicates wirelessly with your iOS or Android device with a dedicated application.
CamRanger connects your camera to your iOS device wirelessly, without a computer or an Internet connection. It allows you to capture and view images, edit camera settings, record movies, and more.